Presentations

Online.Presentations

Published on Friday, July 19, 1996 by Gideon Ariel

Gideon B. Ariel, Ph.D.
Presentations

  • Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation: International. Sports, 1969,1970.
  • Massachusetts Association for Health, Physical Education and Recreation: Anabolic steroids and their effect on human performance, 1971.
  • The effect of anabolic steroid upon reflex components. Exercise Physiology Group, Springfield College, 1971.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of human motion. Dartmouth College Clinic, April, 1971.
  • Biomechanical analysis for track and field, computerized. United States Track Coaches Association Spring Clinic and Meetings, May, 1972.
  • Effect of anabolic steroids on selected physiological parameters. American College of Sports Medicine, May, 1972.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of human motion. International Congress of Track and Field, Madrid, Spain, 1973.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of pole vaulting. Scientific Congress, Olympic Games, Munich, Germany, 1972.
  • Biomechanical principles of human performance. The Detroit News Track Coaches Clinic, Detroit, 1973.
  • Lasting effect of anabolic steroid upon muscular force. American College of Sports Medicine, Washington, 1973.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of human performance in track and field athletics. Winter track and Field Clinic, Chicago, 1973.
  • MAHPER Workshop in Movement Education for Elementary Physical Education Teachers, Amherst, 1972.
  • Lasting effects of anabolic steroids. Sports Medicine and Exercise Physiology Symposium, Northeastern University, Boston, 1972.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of Olympic performance. Olympic Congress, Mainz, Germany, 1973.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of motion biology. First International Symposium on Problems of Motion-Biology, Budapest, Hungary, 1973.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of human performance for sports and athletics. Symposium on Mechanics and Sports, ASME Winter Annual Meeting, Nov., 1973.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of human performance. U.S., Department of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, May 21, 1973.
  • Application of biomechanical principles to the throwing events. United States Track Coaches Association Annual Spring Meeting, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, June, 1973.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of the knee joint during deep knee bend with heavy load. Fourth International Seminar on Biomechanics, the Pennsylvania State University, August, 1973.
  • Computer applications in biomechanical analysis of human performance in sport and industry. 1st Congress Canadian Sport et Activite Physique, Montreal, Canada, Oct., 1973.
  • Minimizing athletic performance. Track and Field Conference, Athens, Greece, Oct. 1973.
  • Computer application to track and field athletics. Finnish Amateur Athletic Association, Helsinki, Finland, Nov., 1973.
  • Computer application to analyzing human performance. The U.S. Coaches Association Clinic, San Francisco, 1973.
  • Nutrition and sport. NCAA Indoor Clinics, Detroit, 1974.
  • Mechanical analysis of the throwing events. NCAA Outdoor Clinics, Austin, Texas, 1974.
  • Computer analysis of human movement. 7th Annual Sports Medicine Seminar, Seattle, Washington, 1974.
  • Mini-symposium on computers in sports medicine – intra-articular forces and stresses in the knee joint during the deep-knee bend. American College of Sports Medicine, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1974.
  • Biomechanical and neuromuscular aspects of sprinting, jumping and throwing in track and field. American College of Sports Medicine, Knoxville, Tennessee, 1974.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of human performance. Twentieth World Congress in Sports Medicine, Melbourne, Australia, 1974.
  • Biomechanical principles applied to the design of rehabilitation exercise apparatus. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Atlanta, Georgia, 1974.
  • Biomechanical analysis of human locomotion. Organizational Meeting, Medical Subcommittee of ASTM Committee F-13 on Safety and Traction of Footwear, Philadelphia, Sept. 18. 1974.
  • Biomechanical consideration in the design of exercise equipment. The 1st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Biomechanics, Alberta, Edmonton, Sept. 30, 1974.
  • Research requirements for footwear and/or working surfaces. National Institute for Occupational Safety, NIOSH, Washington D.C., May 30, 1974.
  • Computer applications to human performance. Visiting Scholar Western Michigan University, March 12, 1975.
  • Biocybernetic of human performance. Visiting Scholar Western Michigan University, March 12, 1975.
  • Specificity of training for track and field. High School Track Coaches Clinic, Detroit, March 14, 1975.
  • Specificity of training for throwing events. High School Track Coaches Clinic, Detroit, March 14, 1975.
  • Biomechanical considerations in the construction of athletic equipment. American Association of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation, Atlantic City, March 17, 1975.
  • Quantitative Evaluation of biomechanics to strength and power development. 8th Annual Sports Medicine and Conditioning Seminar, Seattle, March 22, 1975.
  • Application of biomechanics to strength and power development. 8th Annual Sports Medicine and Conditioning Seminar, Seattle, March 22, 1975.
  • Latest research findings in athletic conditioning. Southwest District AAMPER Conference, Albuquerque, April 18, 1975.
  • The biomechanics of athletic shoe. American College of Sports Medicine, New Orleans, May 23, 1975.
  • Biomechanical considerations in the design of rehabilitation exercise equipment. American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, New Orleans, July 28, 1975.
  • Computerized biomechanical analysis of athletic shoe. Fifth International Congress of Biomechanics, Jyvaskyla, Finland, June 29, 1975.
  • Computer methods in the preparation of Olympic teams. President’s Commission on Olympic Sports, Washington D.C., Sept. 10, 1975.
  • Locomotion analysis of the mentally retarded. Special Olympics, Inc., Kennedy Foundation, Washington D.C., Sept. 8, 1975.
  • New approach to physical fitness. President’s Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, Washington D.C., Sept. 8, 1975.
  • Computer methods of analyzing locomotive patterns of handicapped children. Roundtable in Research on the Psychomotor Development of Young Handicapped Children. Vasquez Associates, Ltd., Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Sept. 25, 1975.
  • A kinetic analysis of the trot in cats. International Conference on Neural Control of Locomotion, Valley Forge, Pennsylvania, Sept. 29 – Oct.2, 1975.
  • Computerized dynamic resistive exercise. The International Congress of Physical Activity Sciences, Quebec, Canada, 1976.
  • Scientific basis for the dynamic variable resistance exercises. Forty-Second Annual Convention, Southwest District – AAHPER, Kahuku, Hawaii, June 9 – 12, 1976.
  • Biomechanics of coaching athletes. Forty-Second Annual Convention, Southwest District–AAHPER, Kahuku, Hawaii, 1976.
  • Computer analysis of athletic performance. 7th International Coaches Congress, Patiala, India, Oct. 1977.
  • Kinetic analysis of ball-racquet and ball-surface impacts. AAHPER National Convention, March, 1977.
  • Kinetic analysis of tennis ball impacting on racquet and its biomechanical implications. American College of Sports Medicine 24th Annual Meeting, May 1977.
  • Aerobic adaptation to work and fatigue training modes on the computerized exercise system. Olympic Scientific Congress, Korea, 1988.
  • Cardiovascular and muscular adaptation to training utilizing a computerized feedback-controlled modality. Olympic Scientific Congress, Korea, 1988.
  • The effects of strength training on limb velocity utilizing different exercise equipment modalities. Olympic Scientific Congress, Korea, 1988.
  • Computer-controlled strength training program for the U.S. National Women’s Volleyball Team. Olympic Scientific Congress, Korea, 1988.
  • Computerized Biomechanical Analysis. Workshop/Demonstrations at Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation/American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Joint Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, Oct. 21-26, 1990.
  • Biomechanical Applications of High Speed Video Motion Analysis. Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation/American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Joint Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, Oct. 21-26, 1990.
  • Assessment of Human Performance: Application for Advanced Computer Technology in Sport Medicine. Academy of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation/American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine Joint Annual Meeting, Phoenix, AZ, Oct. 21-26, 1990.
  • Functional Capacity Assessment Applications. California Private Practice Special Interest Group Seminar, Marina del Rey, CA. Nov. 21, 1991.
  • Functional Capacity Assessment Applications to Athletic Performance. American Academy of Disability Evaluating Physicians Fifth Annual Scientific Session and Symposium, Kansas City, MO. Nov. 14-16, 1991.
  • Model of Muscle Fibre with Controllable Recruiting. XIII th International Society of Biomechanics Congress on Biomechanics, Perth, Australia. Dec. 9-13, 1991.
  • Biomechanical Research in Space. XIII th International Society of Biomechanics Congress on Biomechanics, Perth, Australia. Dec. 9-13, 1991.
  • Model of Muscle Fibre with Controllable Recruiting. XIII th International Society of Biomechanics Congress on Biomechanics, Perth, Australia. Dec. 9-13, 1991.
  • Portable Movement Analysis System. XI th International Symposium of International Society of Biomechanics, Amherst, MA. June 23-26, 1993.
  • Length Normalization for Rigid Body Movement. Second International Symposium on 3-D Analysis of Human Movement, Poitiers, France, July 1-4, 1993.
  • Modified Segment Length Normalization. Second International Symposium on 3-D Analysis of Human Movement, Poitiers, France, July 1-4, 1993.
  • Photogrammetric Transformation with Panning. XIV th International Society of Biomechanics, Paris, France, July 4-8, 1993.
  • Error Reduction in Kinematic Data through Segment Length Normalization. XIV th International Society of Biomechanics, Paris, France, July 4-8, 1993.
  • Long Jump Technique: Power or Speed? XIV th International Society of Biomechanics, Paris, France, July 4-8, 1993.
  • High Performance in Athletic Training and Performance Analysis. International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, Budapest, Alkotas, Hungary. July 2-6, 1994.
  • High Performance in Athletic Training and Analysis. Asian Sport Sciences Congress, Hiroshima, Japan. Sept. 25-27, 1994.
  • Biomechanical Applications in Cyberspace. XVth Congress of the International Society of Biomechanics, Jyvaskyla, Finland, July 2-6, 1995.
  • Biomechanical Sports Analyses in Cyberspace. XIII International Symposium on Biomechanics in Sports, Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada, July 18-22, 1995.
  • Olympic Sports Analyses in Cyberspace. International Congress in Sports Medicine and Social Science in Athletics, Goteborg, Sweden, Aug. 1-3, 1995.
  • Olympic Sports Analyses in Cyberspace. Third IOC World Congress on Sport Sciences, Atlanta, GA. Sept. 16-22, 1995.
  • Biomechanical Analysis of Sports and Training in Local and Global Microcosm. International Society of Biomechanics in Sports, Funchal, Portugal, June 24-30, 1996.
  • Coaching via Cyberspace. The XIV International Track and Field Coaches Congress, Norcross, GA. July 21-25, 1996.
  • Computerized Resistance Training. The XIV International Track and Field Coaches Congress, Norcross, GA. July 21-25, 1996.
  • The Biomechanical Prospective of the Scientific Aspects in Preparing Elite Athletes. The Second International Post-Olympic Symposium, Wingate Institute, Netanyah, Israel. Dec. 28-30, 1996.
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